Gates leading to a park blighted by crime will be closed overnight at weekends to help deter troublemakers.
A coroner has revealed the cause of death of a popular tattoo artist at an inquest hearing this morning.
The controversial redesign of a busy route has been pushed back until next year - giving hope to opponents the project may never get off the ground.
A penalty try in the final moments gave Canterbury a share of the spoils in a high-scoring contest against Guernsey.
Four fire engines were sent to the scene of a massive fire - with crews battling the flames for several hours.
It's time to brush off your little one's most adorable outfit, as the Kentish Gazette's Cute Kids competition is back for another year.
Kent County Cricket Club's financial figures have seen them report a profit for the first time in three seasons.
Council bosses are optimistic of their chances of securing £33 million of government funding to significantly develop a Kent district.
Kent suffered an innings defeat to Hampshire just after tea on day four of their County Championship match at Canterbury.
A restaurant serving “the largest pizza in town” is set to replace a café which has shut after more than 30 years.
County Hall chiefs have declared a school transport crisis involving special needs children is 'over' - but parents fear the fix is only short-term.
Kent are staring a second straight defeat in the face after a tough day against Hampshire at Canterbury on Saturday.
Kent head coach Matt Walker was left frustrated as Hampshire took control on day two of the sides' County Championship clash.
A popular tiger born with a disability - 'forever remembered as the cat that could' - has been put down at an animal park at the age of 10.
A food fair celebrating Normandy cuisine - from cheese and cider to brioche and crepes - is coming to a popular park this Early May Bank Holiday.
Daniel Bell-Drummond scored a brilliant century for Kent on day one of their County Championship clash with Hampshire at Canterbury.
A council has ordered a former soldier to take down a flagpole bearing the Union and Ukrainian flags amid health and safety fears.
The Canterbury Academy’s first-team cricket squad marked the start of the season in style, returning from a competition in Spain as the winners.
A doorman has revealed his staff seized a 15-inch knife and are dealing with a startling rise in the number of incidents involving a blade.
Wins, mechanical failures and qualifying clashes - Kent's rallycross racers at Lydden Hill saw it all.
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